Taylor Swift celebrates her birthday in style after Megyn Kelly calls for boycott after Gaza charity.

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During an appearance on “The Megyn Kelly Show,” she maintained that Taylor Swift owes an apology to Jewish Americans and Israelis, and called for a boycott of her music until she issued one.Recently, Megyn Kelly made a call for a boycott of Taylor Swift, following the pop star’s attendance at a fundraiser that was held in support of humanitarian assistance efforts for Gaza.Taylor Swift - IMDb

Swift’s participation in the “More Feelings” tour, which was organized by Ramy Youssef, a stand-up comedian, and benefited the American Near East Refugee Aid (ANERA), was met with criticism by Kelly. Kelly asserted that ANERA is very political and portrays a biased view of the conflict between Israel and Palestine.During an appearance on “The Megyn Kelly Show,” she maintained that Taylor Swift owes an apology to Jewish Americans and Israelis, and called for a boycott of her music until she issued one.

Kelly voiced her concern with the purported bias of ANERA, which is to ignore Palestinian responsibility for the hardships they have experienced.

On the other hand, the website of ANERA states that the organization does not collaborate or coordinate with Hamas, which is a terrorist organization according to the United States government. Kelly recommended that Swift should refrain from discussing the topic until she is better informed about it. This was in response to Swift’s appearance at the event, which prompted Kelly to urge Swift to conduct additional research regarding the situation in Gaza.

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On social media, Swift’s devoted followers, who are referred to as Swifties, defended her by pointing out that she went to a comedy concert and saying that Youssef, the person who planned the event, should be given credit for the fundraising efforts.The fact that other celebrities, such as Selena Gomez, Anya Taylor-Joy, Zoë Kravitz, and Cara Delevingne, who were present at the comedy show, did not get criticism of the same nature is something that should be taken into consideration.

In the midst of the controversy that surrounded Taylor Swift’s appearance at a Gaza fundraiser, the pop diva celebrated her 34th birthday in New York City with a gathering that was filled with celebrities. Swift was accompanied by a number of her close pals, including Blake Lively, Miles Teller, Keleigh Sperry, Gigi Hadid, Sabrina Carpenter, Zoe Kravitz, Este and Alana Haim, Jerrod Carmichael, and Antoni Porowski. The group had supper at Freemans, and then continued the celebrations at The Box once they had finished their meal. It is noteworthy that Swift’s boyfriend, Travis Kelce, did not show up for the event; nevertheless, he did make up for his absence by sending the most exquisite flowers to his companion.


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